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Photo Details
Photographer:Phil English [View profile]Title:HeriotAdded:May 24, 2005
Captured:IMO:7211361Hits:1,572
Photo Category: Gas Tankers built before 1980
Description:
Rotterdam 1/5/83. George Gibson's Heriot was one of a handful of small gas carriers built in the early 70s with a refrigeration system capable of handling liquid natural gas (LNG) in addition to LPG and ethylene. However, in reality, LNG was never carried in these ships as it was (and mostly still is) a commodity to be transported by large ships dedicated to specific long-term business and routes.

*Sold for scrap 1994. IMO No. added. Admin JJ*


Vessel Identification
Name:Heriot
IMO:7211361
Technical Data
Vessel type:Lng Tanker
Gross tonnage:1,584 tons
Summer DWT:2,594 tons

Additional Information
Status:Dead
Build year:1972
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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Photo Comments (4)

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Peter Kobza on Dec 10, 2011 15:24 (4 years ago)
Phil yes that's right, I confused the heriot with sophie. The bodies of Sophie are longer. Sorry
Phil English on Dec 07, 2011 16:55 (5 years ago)
Kobza,

I don't understand the relevance of your comment. This is the HERIOT. The SOPHIE SCHULTE was a different vessel which later became FRISIAN GAS and CORAL STAR.

Brgds
Phil
Peter Cheeseman on Jul 14, 2009 20:00 (7 years ago)
Thanks for a great photo of a favourite ship. I served on her as 2nd mate for several trips between September 1975 & August 1977under Capts. Clark, Mitchell & Addison. We mostly carried ammonia & occasionaly propelyene around W & NW Europe, some of the ports being Seville (where I first joined) Tees, Grangemouth, Terneuzen, Stade, Avonmouth, Bilbao. I seem to remember the ship was built in Bremerhaven, where we would return to drydock, as I think the Germans were about the only people that could decipher the labels on the quite complex pump & compressor control equipment! It was a hard working ship, with great officers & crew who all pulled together to make the long hours bearable.
buck rogers on Oct 07, 2008 11:16 (8 years ago)
many thanks for this photo,my dad was chief engineer for george gibsons,in the 70"sand 80"s,and he served on the heriot on a regular basis,i went to visit him on this ship when it once docked at teesport.he may well have been on it when this photo was taken.
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